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Thomas Campbell › Hymnals

Short Name: Thomas Campbell
Full Name: Campbell, Thomas (Composer)
Birth Year: 1800
Death Year: 1876

Thomas Campbell, born in Sheffield, Yorkshire in 1800, died in Sheffield in 1876. In 1825 he published The Bouquet: a collection of tunes composed and adapted to Wesley's Hymns which included 23 tunes, all of which were given botanical names; the most well known is SAGINA (PEARLWORT).

From Dictionary of Composers for the Church in Great Britain and Ireland by Robert Evans and Maggie Hymphreys (London: Mansell, 1997)

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